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EveryMatrix

EveryMatrix provides a platform for casino operators that aggregates games from multiple game developers into one package. This page reviews and lists casinos running on this platform. Last updated: September 7, 2016.

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List of EveryMatrix casinos

usCasinoJurisdictionBonusRatingPlay
NoBoylecasino90Alderney, U.K.90
NoCasino Cruise90Curaçao, Malta, U.K.90
NoJetbull Casino90Malta, U.K.90
NoPlayFrank Casino90Curaçao, Malta, U.K.90
NoBuck and Butler Casino80Malta80
NoSloty Casino80Curaçao, Malta, U.K.80
NoSpinit Casino80Curaçao, Malta, U.K.80
NoFlamantis Casino70Curaçao70
NoNoxwin Casino70Curaçao, Malta70
NoPlayHippo Casino70Curaçao, Malta, U.K.70
NoSpinson Casino70Curaçao, Malta, U.K.70
NoBetAdonis Casino60Curaçao60

Review of EveryMatrix casino software

EveryMatrix is an online gambling software platform that combines many of the best online gaming developers into one product. It offers its services to online casinos as a way of easily integrating a variety of games while dealing with just one piece of technology to manage and run the casino. The company currently partners with 27 providers, offering thousands of games as a result.

Overview of EveryMatrix Software

As we mentioned above, EveryMatrix's gaming platform is comprised of software titles from a variety of developers. These developers include Net Entertainment, WMS, Thunderkick, Microgaming, IGT, Bally, NYX, iSoftBet, BetSoft, Play'n Go, Ezugi, and many others, which offer their latest games to be deployed to various online casinos. The casino licensees can pick and choose which game providers they include at their individual casinos, so you won't always see the full collection or even the same collection of games across all EveryMatrix casinos.

There's no doubt about it: EveryMatrix is one of the internet's largest gaming platform providers, and at 3000 games and counting it offers perhaps the most games you will find on a casino platform at this point in time. Obviously with a library this large, game quality can be hit or miss as you delve into the thousands of titles available. With that being said, there are tons of classic and very good games to play on the EveryMatrix platform, and you could spend a lot of time trying to cram every single one of them into your play sessions.

Controversy over self exclusion policy

In recent times there has been some controversy within the player community regarding the application of the self exclusion policy at EveryMatrix casinos. The most common complaint is that when a player self excludes from a single EveryMatrix licensee they find themselves excluded from all other EveryMatrix casinos too. Another one we have heard is that a player will request to have their account closed, but not self excluded, and the casino goes ahead and excludes them which again carries across to other casinos using the platform.

EveryMatrix claims that it is bound to apply exclusions across all their casinos due to the way their licenses have been issued within their regulated jurisdictions, which include the United Kingdom, Malta, Denmark, Ireland, and Curacao. We therefore remind players to be careful about how they use self exclusion. It should only be used for its intended purpose of assisting with combatting a gambling problem, not as a tool to expedite account closure for other reasons. Should you wish to close your account, make it clear to the casino that you do not wish to be self excluded before doing so.

Conclusion

EveryMatrix has one of the deepest gaming platforms that you can find online, and it combines more than two-dozen developers to offer some of the best games online. It is licensed in some first class jurisdictions and most casinos running on the platform have proven to be professionally run operations.

Softwares aggregated on this platform

The EveryMatrix aggregates games from these software suppliers. Not every casino running on this platform will have games from all of these suppliers as casino operators are able to select their preferred games.

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5 February 2016 - 10:43am
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When I started online gambling, the EveryMatrix was my favorite software platform.
The overall design of website and cashier was pretty nice.
And, the withdrawal was very fast from my experience (within a few hours) - Casino Luck, Next Casino, Noxwin.

But, the problem is their Self-exclusion policy.

I played in the three casinos often and was winning a bit, not much.
And one day, I got my accounts in Casino Luck and Next Casino Self-excluded Sad
I didn't lose, but, not win much either.

A few months later, I played Live Roulette in Noxwin. I couldn't win, so I just wanted to withdraw the rest of my balance. I expected that it would come just as before. But, it took quite long, probably over a day.

And for the first time, I got my withdrawal bounced back to my account. I asked Noxwin Live Support what went wrong with my withdrawal. They just answered me that it was a mistake on their side.

I got some bad feelings about this casino and tried to win a little more to stop playing here.
But, I eventually lost it all. I was foolish to play more, in that it was exactly what they intended to induce me into.

From middle last year with this dirty experiences, I didn't play in EveryMatrix casinos. But, as stated above, there are some good casinos too - ex. Guts, Jet bull.

So, actually a few weeks ago, I went to EveryMatrix homepage and directly asked them if they were going to close down or force me into self-excluded mode in the rest of EveryMatrix Casinos. A few days later, I got a very simple reply from the support that it was the operator (casinos), not the EveryMatrix itself who blocked me out.

I think that it is the most effective and cunning way of doing business to kick the winning players and keep the losing ones, as most of EveryMatrix casinos do against the players.

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5 February 2016 - 7:19pm
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Did you self-exclude for a period or for life? I could see some of the casinos opting to not accept your business if you're still on the list, but if you're not they certainly shouldn't be doing that.

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5 February 2016 - 10:38pm
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I didn't self-excuded. They just set me on the self-excluded mode and blocked me from log-in. Just the message popped up like " You are self-excluded ". When I sent them the email, they just answered me like "It is a security reason" or something.

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9 February 2016 - 6:51am
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Yup, definitely had that problem as you can see by my Casinocruise review. I never self-exclude but do close accounts which they must think is auto self-exclusion. And good luck trying to lift the exclusion.
Just doing some research and seems alot of casinos use this software. Also noticed that Oddsmatrix limited is the same as everymatrix ltd. I think. Seems to be some confusion when trying to work it out. Confused
I've also emailed some casino operators that run this software with positive feedback regarding withdrawls. So yeah i think it is upto the casino itself. But that's the catch with this system. Everymatrix says it wasn't us and the casino says its everymatrix but either way your screwed out of your money IF they choose.
Saw on another site a player that had their deposits refunded from a casino because of a everymatrix blanket self-exclusion.
I think there are alot more casinos that use this software but don't advertise they do or hide it deep in the T&C's.
Is there a list of everymatrix/oddsmatrix casinos or a list of parent casinos that use everymatrix software at all their casinos?

It's a bit of a gamble...to trust or not to trust. Don't know where you stand with everymatrix casinos. So best to stay away in my opinion if you have any doubts!

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11 February 2016 - 10:36am
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Hi, Mattl,

I found this page in Everymatrix page. And I think that there should be some more of casinos on EveryMatix/OddsMatrix.

https://everymatrix.com/clients?product=CasinoEngine

I think that they will never open my accounts again, but only to close one by one as my winnings occur.

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12 February 2016 - 12:23am
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There is nothing in the list above as we recently change our systems to allow us to specify a "platform" separately form a software supplier. We did this because suppliers like Everymatrix don't have any of their own games and instead aggregate other software suppliers into one package that casinos can use. And we found that different casinos using the same platform can have different games because they pick and choose the softwares on the platform according to what they want to pay for. So long story short, we need to update the code for our table lister to take into account that it might be a platform instead of a software supplier. Sorry if that is technical mumbo jumbo.

TLDR: we'll fix it soon!

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18 February 2016 - 5:47am
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Ok this is fixed now and you can see a list of casinos that we have reviewed that run on the EveryMatrix platform.

Re the confusion between EveryMatrix and OddsMatrix. The latter is the name of the platform that EM sells to run sports betting sites.

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18 February 2016 - 6:38am
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CL-Ed wrote:

Ok this is fixed now and you can see a list of casinos that we have reviewed that run on the EveryMatrix platform.

Re the confusion between EveryMatrix and OddsMatrix. The latter is the name of the platform that EM sells to run sports betting sites.

Thanks Ed, i'll keep a list of casinos i run into as well. Update ya when i can. Seems like alot of casinos not advertising there involvement with everymatrix's platform and licenses.
A little confusing regarding everymatrix and oddsmatrix running the same client lists to do with tagging accounts on there watch lists.

Nextcasino is one casino that runs everymatrix's platform but must have it's own licenses. I emailed them like 3 months ago saying i have excluded accounts with everymatrix but they accepted that and said my account is in good standing with them regarding deposits and withdrawls. Verified and all.

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18 February 2016 - 10:42pm
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Yes each casino is more or less independently run and operated by different management (apart from NextCasino and Casino Luck which have the same operator). They all use the same EM platform as it makes setting up a casino easier. Unfortunately the way their sites all say "this site is operated by EveryMatrix Ltd" gives the wrong impression that the same people are responsible for all the sites.

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